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  • tkx-> {rename}-> {csel}-> {sel} = c3p - set in rename and used in selection_event when completing a rename of a case selector
  • tkx-> {rename}-> {csel}-> {add}
  • tkx-> {selection} = c3p in selection_event
  • $iselectorc is the count of active entries in array iselectorl - analogous to {listc}
  • $iselectorl [list position] = !sel!, c3p, etc.
  • $iselectors {c3p} = list position;
  • $iselectorinv {istfile address} = c3p
  • $iselectoradd {$iselectorl [tkx-> {csel}-> {selection}]} = linec in @istfile  - non existance used as access control to selector event
  • tkx-> {associnc}
  • tkx-> {csel}-> {selection} =
  • tkx-> {csel}-> {sel} [2] = $iselectorl [2] in selector_event - Array {csel}-> {sel} [] is treated as the display structure for $csellbox
  • tkx-> {lbtext} {c3p} = 'c3 program'
  • tkx-> {lblinvs}-> {sel}-> {c3p} = 2
  • tkx-> {lbl}-> {listc} = 3
  • tkx-> {lbl}-> {selection} = 0
  • tkx-> {lbl}-> {sel} [2] = c3p
  • tkx-> {lbl}-> {indirect} [2] = ''
  • tkx-> {lbinvtext}-> {c3 program} = c3p
  • tkx-> {lbladd}-> {sel} [array ind] = linec in @istfile
          • tkx-> {islib}-> {cfn}-> {width|limax|inst}
          • tkx-> {islib}-> {cfn}-> {inst}-> {$navtag}-> {sel}-> {$selector}-> {add|exclpath|name}
          • tkx-> {islib}-> {cfn}-> {inst}-> {$navtag}-> {isel}[]
          • tkx-> {islib}-> {inst}-> {$navtag}-> {selc} -- The count
          • tkx-> {islib}-> {files}-> {$libfile}->  {state ('t' is loaded)|file (the file contents array)}
          • tkx-> {islib}-> {files}-> {current}  -- Lib file that is being edited 0 .. n
          • tkx-> {islib}-> {files}-> {navtag} [tkx-> {islib}-> {files}-> {current}] -- The navtags in use
          • tkx-> {islib}-> {files}-> {count}  -- Number of files loaded 0 .. n
          • tkx-> {islib}-> {files}-> {name} [tkx-> {islib}-> {files}-> {current}] -- The name of the file
        • Looked at the data structures at the pause point?
      • Do the data structures imply consistancy?
  • AWFCE test launched in all basic modes (last updated 12/21/2014)
    • During the development of additional widgets:
      • Have you:
        • Launched the configuration editor in administrative mode? 
        • Launched the configuration editor in non-administrative mode?  
        • Launched the configuration editor in edit mode? 
        • Launched the configuration editor in Git mode?
  • Deleted 'i stream' is consistant with delete operation (last updated 5/21/2013)
    • During the check phase of creating or changing the GUI delete indirect stream operation:
      • Have you:
        • Labelled a pause point after the code change when the {'i stream'} structure will reflect the delete operation on <test>?
          • x $Awfif::tkx-> {'i stream'}
            • case represented
              • <test> => 't'
            • cfile => undef
            • ctitle => undef
            • ctype => <test>
            • file => HASH
              • <test> => ARRAY
                • 0 string
                • 1 string
                • ... should be n elements of array corresponding to all elements not deleted. 
            • rest of data structure
        • Looked at the data structure at the pause point?
      • Does the data structure imply consistancy?
  • Installation xml deploys a consistant set of AWF components (last updated 5/02/2014)
    • During the check phase of generating the Windows installation:
      • Have you:
        • Run perl -Ic:/scripts -MAwfif ulntar[1].pl #to copy the release perl stream to ..\framework\scripts\ ?
        • Run 'find broken links' on the:
          • WiX\AWF\stage help web pages?  
        • Set the core perl scripts install mode flag $Awfif::memes-> {installraw} to true and
          • use Set ULNTAROFFSET=/My Documents
            • To counter {installraw} effects
          • Run ulnm, clnm and ulntar to move the updated script to /frameworks and
          • Run from Wix> candle -v awf.wxs awfui2.wxs
          • Run from Wix> light.exe -ext WixUIExtension -out awf.msi awf.wixobj awfui2.wixobj
            • To setup the install within WiX.  
          • Rename the anchor environment file ~\My Documents\awf\environment.txt to ...\aawf\environment.txt 
            • To check that install sets up \awf\environment.txt with a redirect to the newly installed AWF. 
          • Re-install the product to update the scripts in AWF/scripts
          • Install a new instance of AWF to validate the AWF redirect occurs
          • Return the anchor awf directory to its regular place. 
          • Run the generator on an EXT codominant filtered HTML test data set.  
            • Use awfce-genh to generate Inactive/genhbus[11]: bsoc13. 
              • Check the process output to see child process launched. 
              • Check the resulting generated HTML to see the merge includes the test co-dominant stream.  
        • Set the core perl scripts install mode flag $Awfif::memes->{installraw} = ''
  • Mis-substitution in RegEx search and replace (last updated 5/13/2013) 
    • During coding of search and replace:
      • Check is the search string fully specific?
    • During testing of the replacement search string:
      • Check does the specific replacement work?
      • Does the replacement need \Q...\E to cope with spaces or hashes in /x modified search text?

Form of response to getresponse
A response for getresponse. from ('rhlhomeplan.html' id='#rob' reply='response validated checklist') is:

.response.to '#rob', 'response validated checklist': This should
be the response text [update done] RHL 
.end.response

A response for getresponse. from ('rhlhomeplan.html' id='#john' reply='response validated checklist') is:

.response.to '#john', 'response validated checklist': I am still investigating this issue. 
I will provide more details soon [update part done] John 
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